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. you were a former assistant of defense in the reagan administration. what's going on in russia right now? >> they have decided to take what it couldn't get with a carrot it's going to take with a stick. russia tried to buy ukraine, offered them a big loan, cheap gas. they said no thank you very much so russia is going to take what it wants which is crimea. >> what's at stake for us? >> for the last 40 years we have been promoting democracy. these people want what we want but they can't have it. russia wants it back. they want greater russia back. as much as president obama said it's a cold war game, it's russia at every step check mating the united states and supplanting us in that part of the world. >> when you see transport vehicles, aircraft landing in your city, it doesn't feel like a game. is there anything that would pull our american military into what's going on between russia and ukraine? >> we don't have a military option there. >> when the president threatens, what is he talking about? >> you'll ask to ask him. >> i mentioned that you were with the reagan administration an
between russia and the united states over things like syria, edward snowden and missile defense got a lot worse now over ukraine. craig? >> those winter olympics seem like they happened so, so long ago now. nbc's jim maceda for us in moscow, jim, thank you. let's turn now to nbc's chief global correspondent, bill neely, who's in crimea. >> reporter: the crisis here in crimea is deepening. but so, too, worries of an imminent russian takeover. we have seen russian boots on the ground here today, well-armed, well-disciplined men ringing key sites. they're at the interior ministry with rocket-propelled grenades. they're ringing crimea's parliament, machine guns on the ground in a show of force and they're also at crimea's main military airport. there overnight, up to a dozen russian aleutian transport planes brought in, including russian attack helicopters. ukraine's defense minister says around 6,000 additional russian troops have arrived. no confirmation of that. he calls it an invasion, whether you agree with that word or not, it certainly is an intervention. and the new ukrainian -- untes
. notice the knicks play defense like, i don't know, every other possession occasionally. they are there hacking each other. when a sweet reverse. warriors 73 points at the half. klay thompson with the miss. david lee, the push-off and dunk. thank you. used to play for the knicks. warriors with some defense of their own. look at klay thompson harassing carmelo anthony. reward the man who plays d. thompson! slash! he had 25. warriors role 126-103. >>> after winning in philadelphia the sharks shuffled off to buffalo to face the last place sabres. sabres just traded their star goalie to st. louis. they were short-handed. had to suit up a scout. a former college player. they didn't need him. he didn't play. first period the buffalo power play. he shoots and scores on antti niemi. sharks answer in the second period. it is james sheppard in front to tie it at one a piece. right between the legs of jonas enroth. slides it in. buffalo retakes the lead in the third. brian flynn, shot off the face-off. caught niemi. 2-1 sabres. then tyler myers into the slot here. matt moulson, the
cuts and the defense community, and they say that this would negatively impact veterans, particularly with retirement packages, so i think that there is a lot of wrangling going on with veterans and the defense community, but typically this is a constituency that supports republicans. i wouldn't really expect that to change. >> i want to switch gears because the president is launching a new effort called my brother's keeper. big businesses are preponderanced to support this, while obama care has really gotten a lot of scrutiny. could this initiative actually be his legacy issue? >> great, great question, and i think it will be. i think that this issue particularly for african-american men is something that the president has already made a huge difference on and is something that he is going to continue to make a difference on going forward even after he is president. i think that it's a huge piece of a legacy work that has already really begun, but is now being formalized that we're going to see played out for years to come even after the president leaves office. >> you talk about it
. the interior minister has said this is essentially a military invasion and the defense minister has warned if any military installations come under attack in crimea, the ukrainian army is ready to respond. >> pelley: clarissa ward reporting from kiev tonight. it is worth remembering that russia invaded neighboring georgia back in 2008, and that resulted in a shooting war. major garrett is at the white house for us tonight. major. >> reporter: scott, the white house knows its options are limited, and president obama's warnings to russia about costs to be paid if it intervenes or ipvades ukraine remain vague. top officials here tell us there's no sciewrs discussion about u.s. military action although the united states my boycott the upcoming gitsummit in socha roorn. the trade talks also might be cancel pd at the united states the russian oomed said russian troop movements are not menacing and not meant to intimidate the tranquil transitional government take hold of power in ukraine. he said russia has treaty right in crimea and is merely exercising them. scott, i must tell you, the white ho
, could this be a defense strategy here? >> yeah. what i don't know is why on earth he wouldn't employ this strategy 6 1/2 years ago. listen, if you are with a codefendant in a crime, i love to do the sand signals. the best defense is this one. point to the other guy. she did it. he did it. the jury has something called reasonable doubt. they don't know who did it. for him toor departing from the stories, it's problematic for him because we have trial transcripts. we have all sorts of things suggesting he is being inconsistent. i would look at him and say she may have been your sweetheart for a week, but it's not helping you now. you are here in italy and facing the music. throw her under the bus and save yourself. >> if that would be your advice to the team, we know he was her alibi if she comes back to italy. what would that mean for her defense if he is doubting her? >> trial tributes aside, they are also media tributes. that's the kind of thing that would come back in a case against her. his own free will and not under interrogation. he is talking and saying she was acting strange.
influence the jury. that's coming up and whether or not the defense will be popular. actor seth rogan rips lawmaker who is either left or didn't bother to show up for his testimony as he was talking about his mother-in-law suffering alzheimer's disease. does he have a point? we will get into that. also people bracing for mudslides in the west and brand-new video of this rescue. we will play it for you ins it entirety. stay here. [ male announcer ] did you know that if you wear a partial, you're almost twice as likely to lose your supporting teeth? try poligrip for partials. poligrip helps minimize stress which may damage supporting teeth by stabilizing your partial. care for your partial. help protect your natural teeth. plays a key role throughout our lives. one a day men's 50+ is a complete multivitamin designed for men's health concerns as we age. with 7 antioxidants to support cell health. one a day men's 50+. [poof!] [beep] [clicks mouse] nice office. how you doing? good. automatic discounts the moment you sign up. starts with freshly-made pasta, and 100% real cheddar cheese. but what
to a senior defense official, defense secretary chuck hagel, had a it telephone conversation with his counterpart today. we're still waiting to get details about what specifically was said during that conversation. but, of course, the white house monitoring the situation quite closely, in consultation with its partners abroad. for days, the administration has been warning russia against intervening in ukraine. of course, on friday, it was clear that that diplomatic strategy had failed, so president obama came out with a strong warning to russia not to ramp this up any further. he said there would be costs. here's a little bit more of what he had to say. take a listen. >> throughout this crisis, we have been very clear about one fundamental principle. the ukrainian people deserve the opportunity to determine their own future. together with our european allies, we have urged an end to the violence, and encouraged ukrainians to pursue a course in which they stabilize their country, forge a broad based government and move to elections this spring. >> reporter: so the president was fairly
to bush and obama's secretary of defense bob gates who said this: "it seems to me that trying to speak with one voice, one american voice, has become a quaint thing of the past. i regret that enormously. and so do i. there's nothing more frightening to our enemy than a strong, united voice. it's incumbent upon his political rivals to encourage him privately, not provide political broadsides in public. there's going to be a lot of time to do that during the political campaigns but for now washington leaders should measure their words a bit more carefully because, richard, not on is the whole world watching, vladimir putin is watching. do you agree with secretary gates and myself that you can disagree with the president of the united states, the commander in chief without going out making extreme political broadsides? >> absolutely. what makes it more relevant here, i may be in a minority, but i don't think vladimir putin had in his closet a 16-point plan for ukraine. i think he's improvising and making it up as he's going along, looking for opportunities, playing off what it is we say a
for the knicks. warriors with some defense of their own. look at klay thompson harassing carmelo anthony. reward the man who plays d. thompson! warriors roll 126-1 1103. >>> after winning in philadelphia the sharks shuffled off to buffalo to face the last place sabres. they just traded their goalie to st. louis. they were short-handed. had to suit up a scout. he didn't play. they didn't need him. first period the buffalo power play. he shoots and scores on antti niemi. sharks answer in the second period. it is james sheppard in front to tie it at one a piece. right between the legs of jonas enroth. brian flynn, shot off the face-off. caught niemi. 2-1 sabres. then tyler myers into the slot here. matt moulson, there's the defense? back end of a back-to-back, i guess. but the sharks lose, 4-2. if you leave in conspiracies, and i do, then it looks like something fishy went down as mets third baseman david wright rallied in the we hours of the morning to defeat oakland's own in the twitter contest. the second baseman was in front until the final 15 seconds of voting, leading some of us to believe ml
. the latest ultimatum coming to according to ukraine's defense ministry from russia's black sea fleet, saying if ukrainian bases don't evacuate by 5:00 p.m. local time, they will storm them, russian troops will storm them. given that most people acree at this point, russia has complete operational control over crimea, it is not clear what this latest escalation will accomplish. but it is also not clear from what we've been seeing what the endgame here is for russia. it is bizarre that it is almost old news that russian troops fanned out across crimea and surrounding ukrainian military bases. we're hearing disturbingly about other bases in eastern ukraine where russian flags are hosted in eastern ukraine. pro-russians took over a floor of a main administrative building. >> those who are in crimea and if they present any legal and i would raise it again, any legal power in crimea, they try to squeeze ukrainian efforts, come to seize ukrainian property, tried to disarm the ukrainian army. >> reporter: there has been tough talk from western leaders like brit intaken's foreign -- britain's foreign
all because the department of defense refused to classify the assault as anything but workplace violence. now those soldiers being hit with more bad news. their live expenses are set to skyrocket. sergeant lunsford was shot seven times in that attack, not able to get the benefits he deserves and now this. how does this resonate with you? i'm talking about the proposed budget cuts and what it means to people like you? >> with the budget cuts that are coming down for our current service members, it is very detrimental to them. it's basically showing them they're not worth that much. in terms of war, this is like being a body being expendable, g.i. issue. it is sad because when we join the military they say we're family strong first as far as army component. with everyone else, it kind of makes you wonder is this a choice we really should make and that's a large because we do need to defend our standard of living in our country. >> quickly, 9/11 we had a different enemy than we had on september 10. the only thing we know is we're not ready to fight any battle let alone the one that
in as little as 15 minutes. but the defense says kennedy made an honest mistake and that the prosecution has not proven its case. >> hopefully the jury will agree. >> reporter: in a case where no one disputes the facts, it will all come down to kennedy's judgment. >> the issue ultimately will be whether she realized that she was under the influence of ambien and yet continued to drive. >> reporter: if convicted, kennedy could lose some driving privileges. she also faces up to a year in jail. it's unlikely she'd actually serve they time, though, because she doesn't have a record. kennedy has pleaded not guilty and the trial could continue through the week. robin? >> all right, mara, thanks very much. >>> to the latest on the mysterious shooting of a prominent new york real estate tycoon and political power broker at his castle, one of the biggest private homes in the u.s. gary melius says he has no idea who would want to harm him. abc's gio benitez has that story for us. >> reporter: this morning, with his would-be assassin on the loose, the owner of one of america's largest and most exclusiv
the biggest trial of the century. certainly so far it is. >> reporter: the defense claims it was a tragic mistake. pistorius thought steenkamp was an intruder in the home. he acted in self defense. prosecutors allege it was deliberate. he opened fire during an argument in early hours of valenti valentine's day last year. the prosecution will claim he was reckless and gun happy. new images show pistorius on a gun range,i shooting the pistol that killed steenkamp. there is evidence of a flirtatious and loving couple. >> we're looking at a double tragedy, really. because no matter what happens, his life will never be the same again. >> reporter: the trial is due to last three weeks, but a long list of witnesses mean it could last much longer. spending the last few hours inside that courtroom, i can tell you it is truly incredible in there. reeva steenkamp's family is sat shoulder to should we are oscar's family. george, none of them are even looking at each other. >> thank you, hamish. get back to the oscars now. josh what an interview with cate blanche blanchett. >> i got to sit down with c
and killed a person in self-defense. firminger did not fire his gun in that incident. the person's mother said the police were unnecessarily aggressive. she is happy to hear about the indictment that officers are accused of using their badges to committee crimes will now face justice. >> i think this is going to turn out for the best. it's going to force the chief to restore trust and respect in the community by cleaning up the department finally. >> reporter: firminger and four other police officers are due in federal court tomorrow. live in san francisco, i'm ryan takeo, kpix 5. >>> kpix 5's phil matier joins us now and tells us about other scandals san francisco police have dealt with in the past. it's not common. we are not chicago. we're not new york. this doesn't come down all the time in san francisco. it's rare. there are a lot of good cops out there. most of them are good. but there have been problems in the past. >> reporter: that's right. some of them have wound up in criminal court. others in the court of public opinion. for example, let's go back to 2002 when they assistant c
for the verdict? >> every case is different but in this case, you had a lot of things going for the defense. one of the things about a famous defendant is it brings you the best of times and worst of times on the justice system. on the good side you can get the best lawyers and best experts and it doesn't hurt to be a kennedy. juries are going to give you not only a reasonable doubt but sometimes a benefit of a doubt that isn't so reasonable. >> and right, also i think everyone takes ambien and knows that's a relatable thing. i prefer ny gsquil. >> this took 20 months and required change of venue. do you think prosecutors made the right decision to pursue the case? >> i think the prosecutors are looking at this and saying look, we had no choice. she was arrested and impaired and in a condition where anybody else would have been arrested. we have to treat a famous person and the problem was it was a close case. when the defense worked it and prosecution expert witness saying yeah, you could take it and actually not know that you're impaired, when you get that kind of admission from the prosecutio
today. they have to replace 12 starters six on defense six on offense. last season tyler gaffaney accounted for 59% of stanford's rushing yards. he was so tough to bring down. he finished with more than 1700 yards on the ground and 22 touchdowns. it'll be tough filling his shoes. coach shaw says there are a number of good replacements. >> it's been good. you know? i saw the -- it's been very steady. he's made some big runs. wish i had a couple guys to become big play running guys and barry sanders and kelsey young, you know, those two guys made some big plays. short games, running games. i really like the group right now. we'll see how it plays out the rest of the spring. >> at the honda classic there were plenty of birdies along with a few duckies and even an eagle from 150 yards out. russell inly with the shot on 14. the shot of the day. kept the pressure on the leader rory mcelroy with this birdie from the fringe on 17. 68 today puts him just two strokes off the face. mcelroy trying to create a wire-to-wire victory. 69 today has him 12 under par. a win tomorrow would be his fir
-range missiles. it was confirmed by the defense ministry as well. these things get ratcheted up. daysly we get one or two defenset of these related stocks listed in south korea. they were up. now we are seeing modest losses. means thatred, and is weakening. we are down about a quarter of one percent for south korea. really in line with what we are seeing across the region. we are talking about japan reopening. another big he'll could be brewing. fast retailer said to be in talks to buy j.crew. they say the valuation could top $5 billion. earnings story. to be disappointed. bringing down the forecast because of a disappointing performance. mazda does a lot of business in europe. the japanese yen strengthening for 30 straight days. that doesn't exactly bode well for profits. jpmorgan with a note of raising the rate on several players. the electric company raised to high perform. term more than anything else. back to you. >> thanks, david. today we are looking at asia's gridlock streets. more than 20 million cars were sold in china alone last year, leading to clogged roads and increased aleutian.
for defense programs. house budget chair paul ryan is working on his own plan and shore up spending in part by overhauling the welfare system and the plans are expected to be miles apart. yesterday, ryan issued a 200-page document. israeli prime minister netanyahu is once more pushing back on u.s. diplomatic efforts and sitting next to president obama he inserted that israeli would never compromise on security and would defend itself at all costs. the comments in in lights of u.s. attempt to broker peace deals with palestine a. meanwhile, the apac conference is going on across the town and a platform drawn speakers like secretary of state john kerry, conservative republicans like ted cruz have used this event to accuse president obama of being tougher on netanyahu than putin in ukraine. >>> despite rumors around washington to the contrary, john boehner says he is planning to stick around as house speaker. the republican congressman from ohio yesterday filed re-election papers for the top post and he doesn't sound worried about his prospects selling "the cincinnati choirer" it won't be close
fearfully. >> reporter: during cross-examination the pistorius defense team asks if there's any chance it was oscar's screams she heard. mistaking it for a woman's voice. >> i can say yes i heard her screaming. >> reporter: the defense team claims pistorius used a cricket bat to beat down the bathroom door. is it possible too the neighbor heard this and confused it with gunshots. >> if the answer is yes, you say yes, if it's no, you say no. if you don't know, you say i don't know. if you don't remember, you say i don't remember. otherwise, you will be in that witness box for another day and maybe two more or the day thereafter. >> reporter: pistorius says he acted in self-defense thinking an intruder was inside the house. he had no idea he was shooting his girlfriend. >> how do you plead? >> not guilty, my lady. >> reporter: robin, don't forget the prosecution alone has called 107 witnesses so this has a long way to go yet. right now there's another witness in the stand, a neighbor who lived even closer who is telling much the same story of loud screams and bang-bang. >> very chilling.
's doorstep. in brussels, u.s. defense secretary hagueel met with counter parts. return's military exercises and its intentions towards ukraine are topic number one. >> we expect other nations to respect ukraine's sovereignty and avoid provocative actions. i sessionpect russia to be transparent about these activities and i urge them not to take any steps that could be misinterpreted or lead to miscalculation. during a very delicate time. what the west does not want is a provocation that tips exercises into real violence. but if this continues to play out in the streets with the russian majority of crimea, it would not take much to set this tinder box alight. >> my first message, no boots on the ground. we are committed to the territorial integrity and unity of my country. and the new government will do everything and use all legal means to stabilize the situation in crimea. >> a ukranian problem, he said, that would only be solved by ukranians. >> intentionally or not, it seems that vladimir putin with a combination of military exercises scramble fighter jones and protection for the deposed
from homes. homeowners also worked to build their own last line of defense. >> this homeowner put up some plastic on his hillside hoping to prevent some slides. >> we are as prepared as we can be. i hope it's good enough. >> reporter: even before the rain started falling, many people packed up and heeded warnings. still, some are staying put, at least for now. >> it looks like the rain's really building up and there's water flowing. we'll probably decide to go but for right now, we're staying and assessing how the storm's going to do. >> reporter: you know when we have wildfires here there are people who will stay behind and try to protect their homes, but the police say when it comes to floods and mud slides there's really nothing you can do to stop it. they say you might as well be safe and get out. anthony and norah? >> ben tracy, thanks. >>> it's too cold to be raining in chicago this morning. the windchill there is below zero. this arctic blast stretches from the northern rockies to the east coast. elaine quijano is in detroit, one of the cities hardest
the prosecution's case seemed to stumble. there were allegations of police mismanaging evidence and the defense will delve into oscar's fear of crime that propelled him to shoot at what he said he thought was an intruder who broke into his house in the middle of the night. as an olympian,sc pistorius made south africa proud on the world stage. tomorrow his life and his actions will take center stage in a courtroom here. that, too, will be watched just as closely by his countrymen and many around the world. lester, the trial gets under way tomorrow with opening statements by the prosecution, and in a first for this country, a south african judge has allowed cameras in the courtroom. it's going to be televised. a lot of people will be watching it. the trial is expected to last from three to five weeks and a verdict possibly weeks after that. you can imagine it is going to grip the nation and a lot of media attention from around the world. >> thanks. we're going to switch gears and talked about the red carpet. for many people, the only question that matters is who are you wearing? we take a closer
back to the 1990s, don't be defensive, seem real, make her look like she is not in a bunker mentality, she has an aversion to national media. >> the news she consider going on home improvement could be devastating. it is silly. thousands of pages of documents come out and everyone is hoping to find the needle in the haystack. they did not come up with anything. this is stuff that happened 20 years ago, we know that is how she was then. >> i would argue that the notes of blair that came out although they have been sitting in the arrest kinds at university of arkansas where she said the press has big egos and more brains is more important than what her advisors are saying she should do. >> which part is not true? >> what is fascinating how the press glommed on to the story of how hillary clinton thinks of the press, like these stories are really about hillary clinton and the press. >> this makes hillary clinton look old. she has been around for a long, long time. she has been through many different campaigns. a social media guru said big isn't big anymore. fur a candidate who has all of
't be defensive, seem real, we should tell anecdote that's humanize her, make her look like she isn't in a bunker mentality. how relevant is that today? >> the news that she could be considering going on to home improvement is silly. thousands of pages coming out on. everybody is looking for that needle in the haystack. this didn't really come up with anything. this is stuff that happened 20 years ago. >> i would argue that diane blair's notes, which came out earlier from sitting in the university of arkansas archives where she said that the press has big egos and no brains is more important than what her advisers are saying she should do. >> which part of that is not true? >> what's fascinating about this is how the press glommed on to the stories about how hillary linked on to the press, it reminds me of middle school enemies and asking each other, how do i look? was she talking about me? all these stories were really about hillary clinton and hillary and the press. >> there is another point to this, which says this makes hillary clinton look old. she has been around for a long, long time as th
on the situation. scare of state john kerry says he is in direct contact with russia's foreign minister. defense secretary chuck hagel is taking a very different tact. warning them to stay out of the ukraine. >> for more on this, we have a contributing editor at atlantic media. talk about a confusing situation. it feels like a very critical moment in what direction this crisis is going to go. you have two airports where they have armed gunmen, you have the ukrainian government saying it's an armed invasion by russia. what do you think this tells us? >> russia suffered a big defeat with this revolution of viktor yanukovych. i think what putin is trying to do is send a message that ukraine cannot be anti-russian. one of the leverages they have is the area of crimea. it used to be part of russia, not part of the ukraine. maybe half the people in the crimea are ethnically russian. so by stirring up some kind of secession sentiment there, it's a way of sending a message to the capitol kiev, if you go too far, we're going to stir up a movement that's going to cause you a lot of problems. >> do you thi
in well. >> reporter: the defense which claims kennedy unknowingly took the sleeping pill ambien the morning she sideswiped a tractor trailer in 2012 rested thursday after calling its final witness. dr. david benjamin a clinical pharmacologist who helped get ambien approved by the fda said it can cause automatic type behavior or zombieism. they might become impaired and not know it. >> this is a responsible woman. had she had her faculties about her she would have pulled over and called aaa. >> reporter: kennedy the daughter of robert f. kennedy has pleaded not guilty. and testified that the morning of the accident she had taken a generic form of ambien by mistake, mixing it up with her thyroid medication. on the stand she said if i realized i was impaired, i would have pulled over. but in their closing argument, prosecutors said kennedy knew right away that she had taken the wrong pill. she felt it and i submit she was looking for an excuse to control her public image. an apparent reference to her famous family. many of whom have showed up to support kennedy every day including
to be active participation on both sides of an issue, of a person charged with a crime. on defense or litigation over a law itself. so chairman goodlatte from here in virginia had -- just across the river in virginia had called a hearing in judiciary this week. we had another about the constitutionality or lack thereof of actions by this administration, and it's very alarming, professor johnson totally with whom i disagreed on any policy issues, has a wonderful grasp of the constitution, and he recognizes the dangers when administration decides to pick and choose which laws will be enforced and goes further and issues executive orders not like prior administrations that simply explain on most occasions or illuminate some law as to how they think it's to be interpreted, but to actually make law in executive orders. that's just unconscionable for somebody that took an oath to defend the constitution. . so i can't recall times aye agreed with the "l.a. times" before, but they had an editorial that indicates even the "l.a. times" understands the danger of what's going on right now in t
the stand in her own defense, saying she took the sleeping pill accidentally. the six-member jury continues deliberations today. >>> all right, coming up for us next, a brawl on the basketball court. i've got a lot of people tweeting me about this overnight. a big game ends with a massive fight in the stands, on the court. what happened? joe carter explains what you missed, what i missed overnight. that's coming up next. captain obvious: i'm in a hotel. and a hotel is the perfect place to talk to you about hotels. all-you-can-eat is a hotel policy that allows you to eat all that you can. the hotel gym is short for gymnasium. the hotel pool is usually filled with water. and the best dot com for booking hotels, is hotels.com. it's on the internet, but you probably knew that. or maybe not, i don't really know you. bellman: welcome back, captain obvious. captain obvious: yes i am. all those words are spelled correctly. but what's even more surprising is that brushing alone isn't enough to keep it clean. fortunately, you've got listerine®. unlike brushing which misses 75% of your mouth, listeri
. >> reporter: in closing arguments thursday, kennedy's defense argued common sense and the lack of evidence will tell you there's no proof she was aware she ingested the zolpidem, a generic form of ambien. kennedy testified that on the morning of the accident, she mistakenly took a sleeping pill instead of her thyroid medication on her way to the gym. dr. david benjamin, a clinical pharmacologist testified for the defense. >> she drove for a long time without having any problem at all and then it hit her like a ton of bricks. >> reporter: in her closing, prosecutor doreen lloyd insisted that kennedy must have felt drowsy or dizzy before the accident. when someone falls asleep, they get tired, they get drowsy. they rest their eyes and fall asleep. lloyd closed by referencing kennedy's own book "speak truth to power" telling the jury, you will speak truth to power and convict kerry kennedy of the crime she committed. kennedy is also the ex-wife of new york governor andrew cuomo. now, to convict her, the jury has to find that, yes, she was driving, yes, she was driving under the influence of a
suspended by the nfl network. we'll see what happens with the latest allegations and his defense, as well. thank you very much. >> my pleasure. >>> up next, explosive new allegations surrounding the boston bombings. a new report now suggests the attacks could have been prevented if police solved a triple murder beforehand, that's what one reporter uncovered and the writer of this explosive article will join me live. >>> and in just hours, we'll get a look at president clinton's unreleased documents. thousands of formerly classified docs will be released to the public. mark murray will join us to talk about if there's any significance there. ameriprise asked people a simple question: can you keep your lifestyle in retirement? i don't want to think about the alternative. i don't even know how to answer that. i mean, no one knows how long their money is going to last. i try not to worry, but you worry. what happens when your paychecks stop? because everyone has retirement questions. ameriprise created the exclusive confident retirement approach. to get the real answers you need. start buildi
at tomorrow son. harassing carmello. back up the other way. steff give it to the guys who played defense. thompson knock down a 3. warriors roll. after wining in phillies the shark shuffle off to buffalo face the last place saber who have their number and traded star goalie miller to st. louis so short handed. had to suit up the video scout. he's a former college player the back up goalie. did he not get in the game which povb hilarious. first period power play. shark answer here. shephard off the edward miss and this ties it up at 101 and that has right between the leg there. buffalo in the third. flynn off the face off. oh. a little late. then 3ment later. tyler myers to matt in front. and sharks got to be disappointed losing to pretty poor buffalo team. sharks fall 4-2. if you believe in conspiracies and i do then it looks like something fishy went down as mets third baseman wright rally in the wee hours of the morning to defeat oakland eric in the face of major league twitter contest. he was in front dan until the final 15 minutes of voting. it was 4:45 am west coast time
shop and refuse to serve a gay person, one, you're an idiot. two, you're not going to have a defense under this law. serving someone coffee is not a burden on your religion. the cases are bakers, florists, photographers who say, evangelical christians or catholics who say i don't have any problem with gay people, but i don't want to participate in a gay wedding because i have conscientious objections to it. they have been reported for sanctions or fines. that is wrong. that is what is trying to be addressed here. >> one of the reasons it's so important to draw these lines is we have some cases right now in the supreme court which are saying that people who are business owners, not religious institutions and not religiously-affiliated institutions like catholic hospitals, for instance, but business owners saying we don't have to provide contraceptive coverage. we disagree with it. >> let me bring in the congressman. do you think most of the house republican colleagues were relieved by the veto? >> what's interesting about this. as a federal guy, i don't get involved in other states i
at this point in your own defense? landau may have been the maestro of his craft, but there have been others thieves. two summers ago, prosecutors put leslie waffen behind bars. he was in charge of the archives' audio and film records department. he stole thousands of original recordings and sold them on ebay, gems like this eyewitness account of the hindenburg disaster. >> it's a terrific crash, ladies and gentlemen. the smoke and the flames. oh, the humanity! >> simon: another employee stole most of the presidential pardons from the philadelphia archives, as well as hundreds of photos taken by astronauts in space and on the moon. do you look on ebay for suspicious documents? >> brachfeld: that would be one of the sites we would look at. many times, when a thief is trying to move a document on the internet, the buyer may be a federal agent. and that's real sweet. >> simon: you're talking sting operations? >> brachfeld: yes. >> simon: have you been successful with sting operations? >> brachfeld: yes. we ask our sentinels, historians and collectors and dealers, to help us. we go where a lot o
that same day through the trial, which only lasted about two hours, there was no defense presented, and then just a couple months after that, no appeal ever filed, and then he went to the electric chair, the youngest american put to death in the 20th century. >> and the details of even the execution, as i've read, he was so small that he had to sit on bibles so that he could reach the -- be executed in the chair because of his slight size here, but the people who have been pushing for this and behind the effort to clear his name, what are they saying ultimately that they would like here from the judge? is it to say he was innocent, is it to say that due process, what is the ultimate goal here? >> well, the attorneys for the family, the surviving relatives, have put a couple different options before the judge here. one is a motion to grant a retrial based on the testimony that was heard in a hearing here in the courthouse last month from his surviving brother and his two sisters, which was basically an alibi statement saying he was with them, with the family, overnight when these yo
, and for the third straight season, defensive player of the year. this will be her last down at the farm. >>> the sharks back home for the first time in about a month hosting carolina. game tied at 2 in ot. a wide-open jay harrison hits the net for the game winner. so the hurricanes who had lost five straight at the tank beat the sharks 3-2. carolina wins that season series over the san jose sharks. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. >>> play of the day warriors- pacers. pacers' george hill drawing the foul on steph curry but gets a no look -- watch him swing in behind the back, dipsy do off the rim and it goes down and he gets the foul but it doesn't matter because the warriors beaten up the pacers in a rare win in indy. >> pretty good. >> play of the day. >>> 6:25 now. oakland lobbies for a controversial new system to fight crime and wins. but only halfway. how a new surveillance system will be implemented. >> reporter: i'm cate caugiran live at south hayward bart station where service is shut down. we'll tell you when trains will be back up and running and more on the investigati
straight season, defensive player of the year this will be her last down at the farm. >>> the sharks back home for the first time in about a month hosting carolina. game tied at 2 in ot. a wide-open jay harrison hits the net for the game winner. so the hurricanes who had lost five straight at the tank beat the sharks 3-2. carolina wins that season series over the san jose sharks. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. >>> we are going to keep the sports theme going here with a little race. the san jose 408k, the run took place over the weekend but somebody happened in the rose garden area to the runners. >> thank you. [ applause ] >> 95-year-old joe bell a world war ii veteran decided to dress in uniform to watch the runners go by. a good number of them stopped running for the chance to shake his hand and thank him. the video has now become a national internet sensation. the run was in honor of pat tillman, the san jose native, nfl star and army ranger who died in afghanistan in 2002. >> thrill for them all. a real hero. >>> coming up, it is 5:25, how much does to cost to buy a police of
and her family as we hear from abc's mara schiavocampo. >> reporter: testifying in her own defense in her drug driving trial, normally private, kerry kennedy, opened up about her very public family. in in answering the defense's initial questions, the 54-year-old described her upbringing. affectionately referring to her father, the late robert f. kennedy, as, quote, daddy. also talking about her farther's assassination, saying, quote, i have ten brothers and sisters. my mother raised us because my father died when i was 8. he was killed when he was running for president. kennedy's 85-year-old mother ethel, who rarely makes public appearances, her sister and three daughters were also in court. now the third day of trial is over, now a single misdemeanor count of driving while impaired, kennedy says in july of 2012 she accidentally took a prescription sleep pill with her breakfast instead of thyroid medication then got behind the wheel. kennedy, pleading not guilty. 24 testified she felt disoriented and frightened and i was struggling to figure out what had happened to me. on cross-examinat
. here, too. what about the dark castle? you call that defense?! come on! [ female announcer ] watch live tv anywhere. the x1 entertainment operating system, only from xfinity. >> good morning to you. welcome back to al jazeera america. thousands of secret document from bill clinton's presidential library in the dome april. first a look at the temperatures. >> we'll have a wide range of numbers. we'll feel the heat building. temperatures soaring into the request 70, and -- into the 70s, and 80s. contrast that where we stand in minneapolis. it feels a lot colder. if you step outside it feels like we are stepping at mines 20. windchill warnings in place. that will last early this afternoon. bundle up. temperatures here across the upper midwest ranging from 30 to 50 degrees. arctic air has not gone anywhere, it's cold across the north-east. 28 in cleveland and across the south. here is where the warmth lies. we have the temperatures in the low 50s. a little on the warm side. highs near 80. >> thank you. >> 911 calls from the traffic jam at the george washington bridge in new jersey were made
attack helicopters. the defense minister says 6,000 additional russian troops have arrived here. all of this after president obama warned russia not to intervene in ukraine. >> the united states will stand with the international community in affirming that there will be costs for any military intervention in ukraine. >> in crimea's capitol, the pro-russi pro-russian gathers pace. anyone that disagrees, says the prime minister, should leave. just along the boarders and frontier with ukraine, russia continues one of the biggest military enterprises since the fall of the soviet union. president putin is now to show their strength to the world. the streets of crimea are calm. the votes here to decide who should rule has been brought until the end of the month. within weeks, crimea, always pro-russian could be free of ukrainian rule for good. give in to what it calls russian provocation and it's troops are ready to head back if necessary. i don't think there's a strong chance of any clash with russian troops. but it's a focus of a battle of wills now between east and west. >> bill for us
to switch to a different topic which is afghanistan. the native defense ministers are getting ready for a complete withdrawal from afghanistan by the end of the year. there a lot of discussion if we continue on that path, a lot of the progress that has been made in afghanistan is not sustainable. what do you think we are going to see over the course of the next nine months as we head towards the zero option as some people call it in afghanistan? >> i think there is the real danger of a crisis in that relations with afghanistan. but, ultimately, it's their country and they have to think of its future. we have made a commitment with which we have stuck for more than ten years now, trying to create a more modern afghanistan. i feel we were a little ambitious in trying that. it might have been wise just to stick to the military operation and see some sort of negotiated outcome could be reached earlier. but we are where we are. i think the after gpeople from afghanistan are not ready to figure out the long-range relationship with us. we might be better off leaving sooner rather than late
her defense. a toxicology expert testified that kennedy may not have realized she was impaired which is what she has insisted all along. >> now a disturbing story about people accused of profiting off the 9/11 attacks. law enforcement officials say some of new york city's finest and bravest have not been honest. devin dwyer has more on a scam to pocket disability fund. >> one by one former police officers and firefighters arrive in cuffs. more than two dozen new arrests, part of a widening dragnet over a scam linked to 9/11. prosecutors say the defendants stole from the social security administration. some faking 9/11-related post traumatic stress to claim disability payments. >> these are dollars that are reserved for people who truly need it the most. >> in reality, some of the 130 accused have been living high on life. in court filings last month, prosecutors cited photos, videos and social media posting that show the defendants do not appear to be disabled. despite claiming they couldn't use a computer, could not drive, or could not shop. former police officer, glenn leiberman ar
to afghanistan after that proposed attack to help train taliban fighters. defense lawyers argue llaneza suffers from mental illness. >>> we have new information about one of the men who pled guilty to beating bryan stow. a judge ordered marvin norwood to remain in custody on an unrelated weapons case until his trial begins. the judge called him a flight risk and danger to society. last week, he was sentenced to four years in prison for beating stow outside of dodger stadium in 2011. his codefendant, louie sanchez, has five years left in his eight-year sentence. >>> brian stow was among those attending the memorial in santa cruz honoring two fallen police officers. stow was a paramedic from the santa cruz area. and he was among the large crowd that came out in a rain storm to honor butch baker and detective elizabeth butler. exactly one year after they were killed in the line of duty. colleagues of the fallen officers say they are touched by the large turnout. >> i really feel like the community is saying we're still here with you. we're in this together and we won't forget the sacrifices of the
to hearing screams and gunshots. yesterday, his wife testified to hearing the same thing. defense attorneys say the couple discussed what they were going to say in court and that their testimony is not credible. pistorius is accused of killing his girlfriend. he said she thought she was an intruder. >>> the u.s. navy's newest ship is paying tribute to the men and women who lost their lives on flight 3 on 9/11. it will be fully commissioned on saturday in philadelphia. it carries a sign that says let's roll. that phrase was used by the brave passengers as they stormed the cockpit to stop the hijackers who had taken over flight 93. that plane did crash into a field in somerset county, pennsylvania which is how the navy ship was given its name now, one of the passengers on flight 93 was mark bingham from los gatos. a new documentary called the rugby player chronicles his life and career. it will be shown in san jose tomorrow and saturday. it's part of the film festival. that film festival runs for the sex two -- next two weeks. >>> a san jose world war ii vet has become an internet sensation.
to counsel for criminal defense defenders. and we need that in states across our country. we don't have that in new york state today. and we've got to pass legislation which will allow people to have access to competent counsel no matter who they are. >> what you're talking about now is what your life's work has been about. if i were to google you, i have a feeling the top 10 or 15 things on that google search would be about this trial. that's not what you want. how much have these charges hurt your ability to do the work you've been doing for most of your life? >> well, you know, it does hurt. and that's part of the reason i didn't have a plea. for instance, in this particular case, if i had pled, i would not be allowed to go canada for ten years or australia or new zealand and many, many other countries. in fact, if you plead to something like this overseas, you're not allowed back in the united states for ten years. so a lot of countries have these rules and regulations which is another way that the plea system really harms our country. >> and i want to mention that the work you've d
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